Three gardens SMG, Langmeil


Langmeil is one of the Barossa’s great modern success stories, although its recent achievements are built on ancient roots. The first vines were planted on the estate in 1843 by a German settler, Christian Auricht, and a winery was in operation here from 1932 to 1988. The property was bought in 1996 by the local Lindner and Bitter families, and they set about meticulously restoring both its buildings and its reputation. Amazingly, the 1843 vines are still alive and producing; they are believed to be the oldest Shiraz vines in the world.

THREE GARDENS SMG, Langmeil. Australia

  • Product Type:  Red Wines
  • Country:  Australia
  • Region:  South Australia
  • Appellation:  Barossa Valley
  • Producer: Langmeil
  • Vintage:  2017
  • Alcohol:  14%
  • Grape Varieties:  52% Shiraz; 31% Mataro (Mourvedre); 17% Grenache
  • Closure:  Screwcap


This classic blend shows lifted aromas of black cherry and blueberry with hints of mocha, spice and white pepper. The palate has luscious fruit contained within a refreshing, medium-bodied style.

The grapes for this blend come from three vineyards in the Barossa villages of Tanunda, Lyndoch and Vine Vale. The vines range from eleven to 90 years old.

Australian Red Wines, Red Wines

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